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Art has become among the most diversely and commonly used words to depict various forms of aesthetic appeal. Art is often linked to things that are proportionate, aligned, unaligned, disturbing, and skewed beautiful. Regardless of these descriptive words, art has one unequivocal facet, which is “effectiveness.” The objective of art is to create an impression, depict something that cannot otherwise be communicated, make the people experiencing it feel something unbelievable, and find out something new. However, as art has been transforming from the ancient times, artists, philosophers and theorists keep wondering if technology has generally tainted or enlightened art. Based on that concern, this paper digs into the influence of technology on the evolution of each of the art forms—sculpture, architecture, photography, and painting. More specifically, this paper this paper describes the role of diversity in the development of the arts and how it changed throughout the 20th century, as well as the relationship between art and popular culture, and how this developed during the 20th century.
With the advancement of technology in virtually all spheres of life, the world is experiencing a significant transition in the basics of art as well as creativity. Initially, the focal point of cultural expos and occasions were on bettering the styles of mass communication. However, nowadays, with the development of science and technology, the world witnesses an increasing interest towards producing a more personal experience of sculpture, architecture, photography, and painting. The technology of digitalizing media has presented a novel movement in culture where art increasingly uses digital media to attract art lovers. The influence of technology has introduced a new form of art and in some cases, replaced traditional arts, such as painting and sculpting into virtual reality and Internet simulation